Print DTF textile transfers now with Texjet DTG printers

Texjet DTG printer users can now print direct to film

Polyprint introduces DTF Xpress, a direct to film printing solution that can be used by Texjet DTG printer users.

Texjet DTG printer users can now take advantage of this new trending process and print DTF transfers on dark or light polyester, nylon and multiple other fabrics, quickly and productively.

They will now be able to broaden their product portfolio with customised sportswear, hats, professional clothing and more, without changing DTG printers or ink setup.

DTF is a process that allows users to produce textile transfers. The digitally printed film is transferred onto a garment with the help of an adhesive powder and a heat press, producing within a few minutes a high-quality result.

To print DTF Texjet DTG users will need: DTF Xpress Transfer Film, DTF Xpress Adhesive Powder, a reusable DTF Xpress Antislip Pad (optional accessory to keep the film flat and steady during printing) and DTF Xpress RIP Print Modes (for CADlink DFA v10 – Polyprint Edition, via a FREE driver update).

Dimitris Stavrakidis, Polyprint’s technical support engineer, said: “This new printing process gives the opportunity to DTG users to easily and cost-effectively print DTF and transfer their designs on multiple textiles. They can create personalised T shirts, bags, pet clothing and even place small logos in specific places (e.g. sleeves, pockets) productively, using their current Texjet DTG printer.”

George Benglopoulos, Polyprint’s CEO, added: “The DTF Xpress solution we provide, helps our existing customers grow without the need to invest in new equipment. DTF is a fairly simple process that can easily be adopted by existing Texjet DTG users. It, essentially, complements DTG printing by producing fantastic prints on numerous textiles, without the need to pretreat.”

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